The Milwaukee Brewers were shut down by one of their former number one draft picks Monday night at Tropicana Field as the Tampa Bay Rays scored a 2-1 victory. Right hander Jake Odorizzi, the top pick in the 2008 draft, allowed a run on three hits over seven innings to pick up the win. Mark Reynolds put Milwaukee on top with a solo home run in the third inning. Starter Kyle Lohse cruised the first five frames but ran into trouble in the sixth. After retiring the first two batters, he walked a pair and gave up a single before James Loney delivered a two run single. The Rays bullpen shut the door, striking out five straight Brewers before Ryan Braun flew out to end the game. Milwaukee (59-48) saw it's lead shrink to a game and a half over the idle St. Louis Cardinals. Game two of the series will have Matt Garza on the mound in Florida Tuesday night. Pre-Game coverage begins at 5:35 PM on WTAQ.
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